Weekly Rewind: February 1-7


The Weekly Rewind is my version of The Sunday Post hosted by Kimba at Caffeinated Book Reviewer.

We finally got some snow this week: about an inch. That’s probably the most we’ve had since November. It’s gone now, of course. It was 60 yesterday!

I was interviewed by Caroline at The Attic yesterday. Thank you, Caroline!

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Reviews: How (Not) to Fall in Love by Lisa Brown Roberts

Other Posts: Upcoming Covers I Love, Cover Reveal: Wild Reckless by Ginger Scott, Book Blogger Organization: January Wrapup and February, My TBR List: February 2015 (please vote!)

Books I Acquired:
Finally by Wendy Mass
Finally by Wendy Mass

Counting by 7s by Holly Goldberg Sloan
Counting by 7s by Holly Goldberg Sloan

He Found Me by Whitney Barbetti
He Found Me by Whitney Barbetti

For Review

Goodbye Stranger by Rebecca Stead My Best Everything by Sarah Tomp

Goodbye Stranger by Rebecca Stead, My Best Everything by Sarah Tomp, My Rebellion Checklist by Susan Soares

My Rebellion Checklist’s cover will be revealed this Tuesday, so make sure you come back for my cover reveal post then!

Currently Reading: Seeker by Arwen Elys Dayton



  1. A lot of fun new books and I’ve not heard of most of them. I enjoy these Sunday posts, discovering new authors and books!
    It’s been a beautiful weekend here on the Gulf Coast. It’s sunny and 70s and, while I know it’s too early for spring, it sure feels like it.
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  2. We had one day of snow this week, but it disapeared fast again. It was pretty to see.
    I like the cover for Goodbye Stranger. I hope you’ll enjoy your new books and have a great week!
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  3. We’ve been snow free this week, for the most part. We still have some but at least we didn’t get much more. We’re not quite that warm yet tho! 🙂

    nice interview! 🙂
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    • We are finally supposed to get snow today! They were saying 1-3 inches, then it was less than an inch, and now it’s 6-8! It probably won’t amount to anything, with the way they are off all the time. I am going to be disappointed if I get up tomorrow and there’s no snow.
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  4. We didn’t get any snow this year (so far) which is great for me, since I like it warm! 60s is great – we’ve been in the 60s this week too 🙂

    Enjoy your new reads – I’m off to check out your interview 🙂
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    • I like warm weather too, but in winter I want a proper snow. We’ve barely had any this year and I keep seeing the northeast getting so much. I’m jealous! I don’t want quite that much, but I want some. I demand it!
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  5. 3 times, I’ve seen snow falling here. 3 times, it melted quickly enough. No snowman building, i’m so disappointed ! Have a great week !
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  6. I will be more than happy to ship you some of our snow and whatever snow we get tomorrow as well 🙂 I am so done with snow, 60 sounds perfect.

    Enjoy your new reads! Have a great week Jenna!
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  7. Oh lord I’m so jealous of your weather. We have over two feet on the ground from the last few weeks, and it’s snowing again right now. Hate it!
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    • And I am jealous of yours! I don’t think I have ever seen 2 feet of snow. We are finally supposed to get snow tonight. Right now they are saying 6-10 inches but I am afraid it’s going to end up to be nothing. They are wrong so much.
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  8. Hope you enjoy all your new reads! Thanks for stopping by my blog. 🙂
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